It’s especially interesting in the articles that argue that women “choose” not to be in higher paying jobs, part of that is the choice to have children. They do know that men can also have children, right? And we’re not seeing a marked lack of fathers in the professional world. I promise you that women don’t purposefully “choose” to do 5 hours more housework a week than their male significant others even when both are employed full time. How are we not seeing that women being expected to do all the child raising and housework *is* sexist?